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  1. Six Ways to Keep the Little in Your Girl
    Six Ways to Keep the Little in Your Girl
    Dannah Gresh
    Harvest House Publishers / 2010 / Trade Paperback
    $6.99 Retail: $13.99 Save 50% ($7.00)
    5 Stars Out Of 5 15 Reviews
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  1. Alvin, Texas
    Age: 25-34
    Gender: female
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    A great book to help you with that special talk.
    September 15, 2011
    sflora
    Alvin, Texas
    Age: 25-34
    Gender: female
    Great book with details on how, when, and what to say to your daughter as you dive into those special talks. I have recommended it to every Christian mom of girls that I know.
  2. Age: 25-34
    Gender: female
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    Informative and Encouraging
    August 13, 2011
    WAVEmom
    Age: 25-34
    Gender: female
    After reading this book, you will have an understanding of the brain development of tween girls, and just how important it is to form their values on the issues of modesty, boys, sex, etc before they become teenagers. The tween years are the value formation years. This is when values will be set in a girl's brain; values she will act on as a teen. It is vital that we connect with our daughters in order to pass on healthy values. Dannah has included a connection IQ quiz as a tool for mothers to become aware of where their relationship with their daughters stand. The quiz opened my eyes to some ways I can better connect with my daughter and inspired me to take action.

    I love this quote from Dannah: "So the question for you now - in her tweens - is not "Should I talk to her about boys, and sex, and periods, and other stuff that scares me silly?" The question is "How do I talk to her about boys, and sex, and periods, and other stuff that scares me silly?" without robbing her of her innocence?" What a great point Dannah makes! I think that is what many mothers are afraid of: that if we raise these issues with our daughters too early, we will rob them of that girlhood innocence. Well, rest assured, Dannah does a fantastic job of providing you with ideas and words that are gentle, but do the job.

    You will learn about the importance of role play even during the tween years. Has your daughter seemed to lose interest in such creative play? Dannah shares three ideas on how to encourage her to play roles in unconventional ways. Such play is directly linked to that value formation that is vital at this time in her life. Wonderful information on the selection of age-appropriate, wholesome dolls is shared, along with which dolls have been proven to be harmful to tween girls and why!

    There is a chapter that discusses how to approach the topic of menstruation with your daughter; here you will find ideas on stories you can share with her, scriptures to use, a special basket you may want to put together, and a specific DVD is recommended. Other chapters provide information on protecting your tween girl from negative media effects that can rob her of innocence, ways to make your daughter's inner beauty her focus, and fun activities you can do to form her values on modesty. Dannah includes ideas to help mothers better know the friends their daughters are spending time with, shift a girl's focus away from boys to her future husband, and even some dating suggestions (for when she is older of course!)

    The part that I actually found the most shocking - and encouraging - was when Dannah wrote about discussing sex with girls this young. Honestly, I knew that I would bring up the topic of menstruation soon, but I hadn't thought much about telling my girl about sex. I guess I figured that could wait till she's 13 or so! But Dannah encourages mothers to discuss said issue with their daughters by the time they are 9, and she explains why. She actually suggests specific words to say, and I think I have found those words to be the most inspiring and confidence building advice from all the great thoughts in this book! The words are gentle and beautiful, but direct and honest. What a gem:)

    I am so glad that I read this book. I am excited to read more books from Dannah Gresh in the next few months, books that provide ideas and resources for dates and devotionals with my daughter. After reading Six Ways to Keep the Little in Your Girl, I feel much more confident to walk this journey with my daughter in a beautiful, fun and connecting way!

    For more tween girl encouragement, visit http://blossomingezers.blogspot.com/
  3. Age: 45-54
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    Very enlightening
    June 3, 2011
    Debbie Kay
    Age: 45-54
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    This is by far one of the best books I have read. As a grandmother of two young girls, I look forward to implementing these suggestions. I am recommending this book to all the ladies in our church.
  4. British Columbia
    Age: 35-44
    Gender: female
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    This is an excellent book to read
    March 25, 2011
    Red3b4
    British Columbia
    Age: 35-44
    Gender: female
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    If you have a daughter between the ages of 8-12 or approaching this age this is an excellent book. It has helped me to know that being the only Mom to say "NO" to certain toys is just ok!

    Highly recomend this book to parents with daughters.
  5. missouri
    Age: 35-44
    Gender: female
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    February 25, 2011
    trulyblessed
    missouri
    Age: 35-44
    Gender: female
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    I can't even begin to tell you what a blessing this book has been to me lately. My daughter just turned 9 and I was unsure of how to approach the discussion of puberty. I took Dannah's advice and WOW! This talk that I have been dreading, turned into a fun mother-daughter bonding experience,and my daughter didn't freak out! I've told everyone I know with a daughter to read this book. I even took it to church one Sunday and passed it around! Thank you Dannah for this wonderful, amazing book.
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